In Transit Blog: For Younger Travelers, Lessons in Winemaking

Written By wartini cantika on Jumat, 03 Oktober 2014 | 17.35

Photo The winery at Vina Vik.Credit The Winery at Vik Vineyard

Wine-themed vacations aren't usually suited for kids, but Viña Vik, a winery and spa in Millahue, Chile, is changing that with its new children's programming.

The 22-room property now has a more than dozen activities for no extra charge for 5- to 18-year-olds including a "Smell Don't Taste" course in which they learn about the winemaking process, try different grape varietals and when possible, help cut grapes off the vines in the vineyards.

Also offered are cooking classes, paintball, biking, horseback riding, games on the grounds and hikes with naturalists to learn about the native flora.

The hotel is part of Vik Retreats, properties that have always catered to families. A brand co-founder, Carrie Vik, said that she and her husband, Alex, decided to accommodate guests of all ages in Millahue because of their own travel experiences.

"We have four children and have always traveled with them, and it's something we think all parents should be able to do no matter what kind of trip they are taking," she said in a phone interview.

The rate is $1,200 a night in double occupancy, including meals, activities and wine (for the adults) with dinner.


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